ENGAGE Data Platform Released

altIn an effort to make ENGAGE v2.0 attractive and user-friendly and to maximize the potential of Open Government Data for the target communities, there has been a thorough makeover of the user interface. Moreover, the core of the ENGAGE platform has been strengthened by switching from a flat-metadata schema to a richer, semantically enhanced ENGAGE meta-data model. The aim is for ENGAGE to seamlessly interoperate with a number of PSI repositories through appropriate transformation engines.

Namely, some of the functionalities of ENGAGE v2.0 are:

  • Single Sign On
  • Dataset extension / curation graph
  • Elastic & filtered dataset search
  • Dataset download/upload and simplified meta-data definition
  • Data visualisation
  • Dataset request from data publishers (e.g. public authorities) and the community
  • Display of provenance information

In addition, OpenAIRE is delighted to have just signed an agreement with them.
The following areas will be explored in order to secure the interoperability of both infrastructures:

• Exchanging information on the development of tools and services for managing data and publications
• Sharing links between data and publications (including joint APIs)
• Promotion of best practice and standards
• Communicating importance of open information across Europe and stimulating user communities
• Collaborating on case studies, questionnaires and harnessing user communities

 

Access the MoU here: OPENAIRE - ENGAGE - MoU

For more information contact Natalia Manola, University of Athens, 

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